MTF welcomes Jelena Vuckovic who shares her journey from Niš (Serbia), to almost majoring in architecture, to Caltech, her adventures in academia, and her recent times as EE department chair.
Dan Congreve and colleagues build tiny upconversion nanocapsules and disperse them in a 3D printing resin
Their work enables low-power volumetric 3D printing.
Truman Scholarships provide support to attend graduate school in preparation for careers in public service.
With a simple design and some clever engineering, researchers devised a high-frequency, low-power, compact optical device that allows virtually any digital camera to perceive depth.
For her outstanding competence, dedication, and accomplishment.
Tsachy discusses new approaches to the ever-expanding need to store digital files.
Applying scientific machine learning models to determine where to take measurements to improve our understanding of ice melt in Antarctica.
His citation reads, ”For foundational discoveries in photonics, ranging from resonator, topological, and non-reciprocal photonics to energy applications including the discovery of daytime radiative cooling based on a new kind of energy source."
The fellowships honor extraordinary U.S. and Canadian researchers whose creativity, innovation, and research accomplishments make them stand out as the next generation of leaders.
SERI (Stanford Engineering Research Introductions) aims to empower underrepresented underclassmen. PhD candidates and SERI directors, Sebastian Fernandez & Arynn Gallegos.